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The phone retains beloved nostalgic features such as Snake, a long battery life, and a sturdy exterior—an uncommon feature on modern smartphones.
However, it also includes a slew of newer updates such as 3G, a micro USB port for charging, as well as a customizable user interface, allowing users to change icon colors, reports Channel News Asia.
Unlike its predecessor (image below), the new phones will comein an array of colors: charcoal, azure blue, warm red, and yellow.
The smartphone will be priced below S$100 and is scheduled to hit stores sometime in October 2017.
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